Hannah & Steven chose to host their wedding at the ever jaw dropping Aynhoe Park. Wearing a subtle, blush pink wedding dress, Hannah was a stunning bride. Who would love a pair of those glitzy Jimmy Choos too to walk down the aisle? The Orangery at Aynhoe Park is the ideal setting for a civil ceremony. It’s light and airy and full of the quirks of Aynhoe. Hannah kept a classic feel here with two floral urns at the front of the aisle and occasional aisle end florals on chairs. A scattering of petals lined the aisle too. The bouquet of various antique roses was softened with cascading greenery. Hannahs maid of honour also wore blush pink and the flower girls wore Nicki Macfarlane. Canapés from Stones Events were presented in creative ways, including the on trend perspex tray and grass shown here. The elegance continued to the wedding breakfast with floral candelabras on each table. The mother of pearl handled, antique silver detailed cutlery was so stunning!
An amazing three tiered metallic silver and gold cake seen here by Melissa Woodland Cakes topped with a unicorn created a centre piece in the entrance hall. The evening transformation of the orangery is always very impressive. The ceiling of pink and silver balloons amidst the disco balls by Bubblegum Balloons created a stunning backdrop for the party. Saxophonist Aimee Jay was ready to welcome guests back into the orangery and kick start the party immediately. Live music is always a win! Would you consider wearing a coloured wedding dress? Head over to this blog post to see various coloured dresses.
Hannah & Stevens wedding has been featured on Rock My Wedding.
If you’re inspired by blush pink, head over to this soft pink editorial I photographed with Rebecca K Events. If you can’t get enough of Aynhoe Park head here to see another real wedding with a Suzanne Neville bride.